If there were a test for helping pups, Paul Steklenski would pass with flying colors. The U.S. Army veteran became certified to fly planes in 2014 and started Flying Fur Animal Rescue shortly after to transport animals from kill shelters in the South to no-kill shelters in the Northeast. So far he's rescued around 760 animals! We chatted with
While most pups love helping their humans, Molly The Fire Safety Dog takes service to a whole new level. This altruistic dalmatian has made fire safety presentations in 43 states and 23 countries—and because of those lessons, she's helped save the lives of children and their families. We spoke with Dayna Hilton, Molly’s human and a firefighter herself,
Sometimes, the biggest dogs have the biggest hearts—and this couldn’t be more true for Sherman the Therapy Dog. At 223 pounds, the English Mastiff has helped countless humans in hospitals and assisted living facilities, just by being his gentle giant self. But one of his greatest gifts has been supporting his human, Sherry McAllister, during her current battle
Dogs aren’t like family—they are family. Any pet parent will tell you that. So when your pup passes away, it's beyond heartbreaking. While nothing can replace losing your best friend, there are some thoughtful things you can do to celebrate their lives now that they're in dog heaven.
Support a meaningful pup cause Your dog was one-of-a-kind, and
When you think of Dalmatians, you probably imagine a black and white spotted dog proudly riding along in a fire engine (or that Disney movie). While fighting fires is not a given when it comes to this breed, helping others definitely is—especially for Charlie, the deaf Dalmatian devoted to helping not only humans, but other pups as well. We